Tom Bogle: Code

John Hatton: Architecture & UX Design, Project Lead

Phil Hopper: Code

Marlon Hovland: Documentation

David Olson: Code

Len Wallstrom: Testing

Vivi Wickberg: Testing

Bryan Wussow: Management


Payap University Linguistics Institute, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Steven Bird, University of Melbourne

Sarah Moeller, Tim Gaved, Cambell Prince, Michael Cochran, Gary Simons, John Wickberg, Will Reiman, SIL International

JetBrains for free open-source license for Resharper, which keeps our C# code clean and agile, TeamCity, which we use for continuous integration/builds, and WebStorm, for editing HTML and JavaScript.

Microsoft, for inexpensive licenses of Visual Studio.

Atlassian, for free open-source license for JIRA, where we keep bug reports.

Open Source Components/Libraries

Analytics.Net © 2015 Segment.IO (MIT)

Autofac © 2020 Autofac Contributors (MIT)

FFmpeg © 2000-2018 The FFmpeg Developers (LGPL)

MediaInfo © 2002-2018 Jerome Martinez (MIT)

MPlayer © 2000-2010 MPlayer Team (GPL) (SayMore does not "link" to MediaPlayer)

Moq Copyright © 2007. Clarius Consulting, Manas Technology Solutions (license)

NAudio Mark Heath (Copyright unknown) (MS-PL)

NUnit Copyright © 2002-2012 Charlie Poole, Copyright © 2002-2004 James W. Newkirk, Michael C. Two, Alexei A. Vorontsov, Copyright © 2000-2002 Philip A. Craig (Nunit License)

Newtonsoft.Json Copyright © 2007 James Newton-King (MIT)

Palaso Library: © SIL International (MIT)

L10N Sharp Localization library: © SIL International (MIT)

About SIL

SIL International is a faith-based nonprofit organization committed to serving language communities worldwide as they build capacity for sustainable language development. SIL does this primarily through research, translation, training and materials development. SIL works alongside ethnolinguistic communities and their partners as they discover how language development addresses the challenging areas of their daily lives—social, cultural, political, economic and spiritual.

SIL Language Technology supports these activities by developing software, fonts and keyboards. To find out more about our work follow the links at the bottom of this page.